This is probably The “It” Powder amongst other gazillion Korean Make-up Powder. Some said that it is the Korean dupe for Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Powder. Well, as for me, I bought it more than two years ago because of most of K-beauty bloggers raved about it and because of the cheap price tag (around KRW 7000-8000). LOL excuse me for the oldie-expired product, but I believe that powder based product could last longer than 2 years though!! 😛
Truthfully, I’m not a powder gal. Mattifying products tend to make my dry skin even worse, and sometimes makes my face looked cakey. So, it takes me a really long long time to finish up this small-size powder since I mainly use it for setting my under eye concealer, mattifying my eyelids, and setting up my liquid eyeliner for longevity.
What it is?
1. Sebum control powder that allows for non-greasy, downy baby skin
Sebum absorption powder and mineral sebum control powder absorb excess sebum for a bright, downy skin as if presently putting on makeup.
2. Jeju natural minerals and mint for refreshing control of oil and moisture
Sebum absorption powder with Jeju natural minerals and mint restores an unhealthy balance of oil and moisture, leaving a refreshing finish.
3. Absorbing excess sebum and oil for downy makeup and an even skin tone
Absorbs excess sebum and oil to prevent makeup from becoming patchy, while correcting dull skin tone to keep the skin bright and radiant all day.
Ingredients: SILICA, CORN STARCH MODIF.IED, DIMETHICONE/VINYL DIMETHICONE CROSSPOLYMER, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, MICA, METHICONE
In the last stage of your daily skincare routine or makeup, use powder puff to gently apply onto entire face or sebum concentrated areas.
The powder is finely milled, translucent, and nice. But I can’t say much for the oil control since like I said before, I rarely use it for setting my entire face.
Well, I’m shamelessly proud of myself because I can finally finish up this product entirely!! 😉 Ha-ha. Now I’m pondering between RCMA No-Color Powder and Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Powder to try next. What do you think about those powder? What should I get next? Let me know on the comment section bellow! 🙂